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Month: January 2022

“You’re going to grad school to run away from marriage?”- my African mom

Author’s Note: Maybe I spoke too soon on consistency. Well, I am trying. But, it’s a new year, so that means we need more content. So, my beautiful readers, how are you? If you’re wondering if the title is accurate, then yes, it is. A couple of years ago, I was told to not worry about the m-word. You know exactly what word I am talking about! Ever since I told my parents that I was going back to school, they will not leave me alone about getting married. A… Read more “You’re going to grad school to run away from marriage?”- my African mom

An African Girl’s Early Twenties Reflection

Author’s Note: We are back babyyyyy. I turned 25 yesterday! I felt so loved and appreciated, which was a great way to ring in a new chapter of my life. I hope you enjoy my lessons. Let me know what lessons you’ve learned 🙂 A quote for you: When the sun rises, you rise with it. “Growth is everlasting… even if you reject it.” You cannot deny the growth you experience every year. Even if you don’t feel it, you are growing each year. What you have experienced can indeed… Read more An African Girl’s Early Twenties Reflection